Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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Harrison Ford:

Celebrities often use their platforms to spread awareness on important issues. But while many of us have become numb to their warnings, there's something...

Scientist Whose Male Boss Won Nobel For Her Work Is Giving...

In 1974, Jocelyn Bell Burnell's male PhD supervisor at the University of Cambridge won a Nobel Prize for a discovery that she was the...

The Tao of John McCain

In decades of covering politics, I've encountered no one else with McCain's unflinching combination of bracing candor, impossibly high standards, and rueful self-recrimination. ...

Historic Cat Photos on International Cat Day

Earlier this century, the International Fund for Animal Welfare declared August 8 to be International Cat Day, a day set aside to celebrate our...

Drinking Alcohol Is Better for You Than Exercise When It Comes...

There are countless studies and articles out there that debate whether alcohol consumption is good for you or not, but I'm fairly certain...

The Longest Full ‘Blood Moon’ Of The Century Is Happening This...

Space enthusiasts in certain regions of the world will get free seats to a potentially once-in-a-lifetime event on the celestial stage later this month....

Archaeologists discover bread that predates agriculture by 4,000 years

One of the stone structures of the Shubayqa 1 site. The fireplace, where the bread was found, is in the middle. Credit:...

Did Something Massive Smash Into Uranus?

You might be aware of one of Uranus' complexities: It spins on its side, and its moons orbit on that same rotated plane. New...

American Foreign Policy: It’s Worse Than It Looks

This past week I argued that the current U.S. approach to China mattered enormously, and was being grievously mishandled. The set-up for the argument...

Trudeau Reaches His Breaking Point With Trump

The Canadian leader's response to U.S. tariffs formed his sharpest-ever rebuke of the president. Chris Wattie / Reuters Spare a thought for Justin...